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by Mariah and Cheryl Schmidt

Happy Birthday to Amy H., Gloria S., Julie B., Dayne L. Stevie M.  We hope you enjoyed your day and good luck on the year ahead!

Sweet Dreams and Honky Tonks performs final concert at River Arts


After 10 years of performing around the Midwest, Sweet Dreams and Honky Tonks will have their final performance at the Sauk Prairie River Arts Center (105-9th St, Prairie du Sac, WI) on Saturday, January 22nd at 2 p.m. The show features the music and lives of Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash and stars two Wisconsin music veterans: Tom Waselchuk is a veteran guitarist and vocalist with extensive experience in multiple genres. Tom has guided The Dang-Its band since its beginnings in 1998 as a neo honky tonk band to its current wide-ranging acoustic Americana format, and his current partnership with The Honey Pies expands on his evolving musical interests. Lindsey Giese was lead singer on Celebrity Cruises and Holland America before returning to Sauk Prairie as the Executive Director for River Arts Inc., where she continues to perform at house concerts and with the Sauk Prairie Theatre Guild. The back up band for Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonks includes Tom Delinger on pedal steel guitar, Matt Rogers on upright bass, Mark Luhring on drums, and Chris Wagoner on Mandolin and Fiddle. Tickets can be purchased online: www.RiverArtsInc.org/sdht, in person at River Arts on Water (590 Water Street, Prairie du Sac), over the phone at 608-643-5215, or at the door on the night of the show. Sweet Dreams and Honky Tonks is sponsored by Dana Fehrenbach Designs and First Weber: Deanna Ballweg.

After 10 years of performing around the Midwest, Sweet Dreams and Honky Tonks will have their final performance at the Sauk Prairie River Arts Center (105-9th St, Prairie du Sac, WI) on Saturday, January 22nd at 2 p.m.

Free Congregation of Sauk County hosting speaker for Painesfest


Daniel Kapust

The Free Congregation of Sauk County will host UW Badger Talks Professor Daniel Kapust for the 170th Painesfest program, celebrating Thomas Paine by the Free Congregation since 1852, on January 16 at 10:10 a.m.

Applications open for 75th Alice in Dairyland

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) invites individuals with a passion for promoting agriculture to apply for the 75th Alice in Dairyland position through February 4, 2022.

River Arts show features a nationwide call for the themes of wings and water

River Arts, Inc. recently held a nationwide call for artists seeking artwork that explores concepts of wings and/or water.  They received hundreds of submissions and accepted 58 artists from 21 different states into the 5th Biennial Wings & Water exhibit.     

From the Mazomanie Historical Society


215 Bridge Street

The John Hudson House at 215 Bridge Street is the oldest frame house in Mazomanie. It was built about 1849. Hudson constructed the house on the north end of Lot 2, Block 9 of Hudson’s Addition (behind 8 East Hudson Street). In 1855 he was living in the house with his wife and two children.

Micklesons-Martin American Legion looking for names


Mickelsons-Martin American Legion Post 313 is seeking names of Veterans to be placed on the granite panels at Veterans Park in Black Earth. Veterans and families of Veterans of Black Earth and the surrounding area are encouraged to send the names of Veterans to Commander Dennis J Wood. The ceremony will take place on November 11, 2022 at 11:11 a.m. on Veterans Day. The names must be provided by August 1st, 2022 as there is some lead time to have the panel inscribed. Please send the names along with branch of service to: American Legion Post 313 P.O. Box 283 Black Earth WI 53515 or email to: denniswood1808@gmail.com You may call Dennis at 608-767-3665.

Mickelsons-Martin American Legion Post 313 is seeking names of Veterans to be placed on the granite panels at Veterans Park in Black Earth. Veterans and families of Veterans of Black Earth and the surrounding area are encouraged to send the names of Veterans to Commander Dennis J Wood.

Buy a Subaru, help NW Dane Senior Services

For the 14th year running, the Meals on Wheels network is participating in the 2021 Subaru Share the Love Event. Over the past thirteen years, Subaru and its retailers have helped Meals on Wheels to deliver more than 2.5 million meals nationwide to seniors in need.

From the Mazomanie Historical Society


Sauk City Depot at the corner of Polk and Monroe Streets at the Homecoming in 1907. This is an excursion train of 7 coaches carrying about 500 people that came in from Madison.

It was first reported in the Mazomanie Sickle of October 16, 1880 that the business men of Sauk City had pledged $20,000 to the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company to ensure the building of a rail line from Mazomanie through Sauk City to Portage.

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